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FRIDAY, MARCH 8,' 1918
F.E.Y00NG
REAL ESTATE COMPANY
FOR SALE—Two brand new six room
modern houses $3,1.1)0 each. -$401)
cash balance $35 per month. These
houses could not, be replaced for
this money.
FOR SALE—Lot on 5th street, half
block north of Court House splen­
did location nice part of city and
almost down town.
RIVERVIEW ADDITION lots are the
cheapest in the city wo give ex­
tremely liberal terms and buyers
nrft fullv protected.
MUUI I IOIM
FOR TRADE
property.
N. D.
acre property
off^KS the working man the ideal
opportunity to get a home for him
self on very easy terms and at
prices less than one third of what
adjoining town lots are selling for.
You should pay for the land and
feed your family from the proceeds
of this years crop.
Fire Insurance in Reliable Companies
Office Open iEvery Evening
REAL ESTATE COMPANY
rF.E. YOUNG
Office
Telephone No. 78R
in First National BankBldg.
J. H. HOLIHAN
Real Estate Bargains
FOR SALE—House Of six rooms
electric lights, city water. Largs
lot and other lots adjoining ^can be
bought or rented. House built three
yekrs ago. This is just the place
for a family who wishes to reduce
the Cost of living. There is noth­
ing in the city just as good at the
"price. $1,750. $650 cq.sh.
FOR SALE—-Modern house of 6 rooms
and ,bath, full --"basement. Avenue
"C" Rast. This is a real bargain at
$3,000. $500 (fash.
-Land for Bismarck
I TRUST ME FOR BARGAINS
Insurance Written.
J. H. HOLIHAN
Lucas Block. Phone 745
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANJED AT ONCE—Two exper
Nigey Hotel,
3 8 3t
ienced waitresses.
«Mtendan.
WANTED—Waiters and
at. Hotel Underwood.
dishwasher
Underwood
3 7 tf
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. F. A. Doll, Flat 5 Per­
son Court. Phone 749.
3J t£_
WANTED Experienced saleslady.
None but experienced need apply.
504 Broadway. 3 5 5t
WANTED—Two girls to play piano
and sell music. Apply at Wonder
5 and 10c store. 2-19 tf
AGENT—SALESMAN
WANTED—Reliable salesman for
£ood steady position. Call on gar­
ages, stores, factories in this terri
tory. Good pay for right man. Mil­
waukee Tank Works, Milwaukee,
Wisconsin.
3 10 It
AGENTS—Make tug profits selling
our extracts, perfumes, cold creams,
face powders,
4spices,
medicines, etc.
Beautiful high-grade line. Exclusive
territory. Sample soap free. La
cassian Co., Dept. 95, St. Louis, Mo.
_' 2-24-tf
WANTED—-A-l salesman covering
North Dakota to carry a wonderful
guaranteed automobile tire and tube
line. Tire guaranteed 4000 miles.
Commission basis. Willis Tire &
Rubber Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
3-4 7t
FOR SALE OR RENT—HOUSES
AND FLATS
FOR RENT—A modern house of five
rooms well located. Inquire of
Geo. M. Register. 3 7 3t
FOR SALE—My cottage at 30T~7th
streets Address M. Jameson, iMoffit,
N. D. 3 ,7 2t
FOR H£INT—Flat of two rooms, kitch
enette., aind bath, modern. Also
house of nine rooms and iba'th. Mod
ern. Corner of, 12th and Avenue A.
H. C. Rrude or phone 745.
3 7 4t
FOR RENT—Seven-room house, all
modern. 710 Avenue D.
3 5 tf
FOR RENT—House' at 711 6th St.
•j Apply to B. K.
"keels 408 Broadway.
3 5 tf
|FOR RENT—-Small house, electric
lights "andi water. Phone 355.
.• 2 21 1 mo.
FOR RENT—Four room apartment
with bath heat and water included
Centrally located. Phone 806.
2 12 tf
FOR RENT—Modern house at 922 7th
st., Bismarck. Write S. F. Swayze,
'Garrison, N. D. 2-12 lmo
#hoK
si.
HtNT— Beautiful eight-room res
idence all modern "With hot water
heat on Avenue Inquire at 91S
8th street 6r write Tribune No. 373.
2 7 tf
ru» rttul—Five room modern house
13th street and Avenue B. Bismatrck
Home Builder Co. 2 6 tf
fHOUSE TO RENT—I have two
houses for rant. C. L. Burton. ll-5tf
^OR RENT—Good, comfortable, seven
lAs/.!
C. WILLIAMS & CO.
Real Estate Snaps
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One good
section of land six miles southwest
of Shields in Grant county, N.
This section is 75 per cent tillabk
and will trade for city Income.
Have several houses for sale, trade
or rent. Will take good car In on ihe
deal.
C. WILLIAMS & CO.
Office Bismarck Bank Bldg.
Tel, No. 497, Bismarck, N. D.
WOKK WAITED
WANTED WORjK—By day or hour,
Apply at 202 1-2 Main or Phone 303.
2-27 1 mo
WANTED—Work—Lady wants work
bjr the hour. Phone 212K.
2 10 1 mo.
mjs'1 AJS^ "oujyju
LOST—Hunch of keys at post office.
Return to 44.1 ('are Tribune.
8 3t
AQVKta
UA
xtj&n'l
FOR RENT—1'iirnished room in inod
ern house. 408 5th street. Phone
Q7sx. a st
FOR RENT—3 modern furnished
rooms for light liousckeping, 512-
Oth St. I'hone 477-L. ^Iar8t8
ROOMS FOR RENT—Suitable for
light housekeeping. 313 4th street..
Phone 627X. 3 7 tf
rOR RENT—Furnished room" close
i^ also board if desired. Call at
•llti Thayer street.
3 7 3t
FOR RENT—Two beauTi'ful large
rooms. All -modern conveniences.
Call at 113 Thayer. 3 7 3t
FOR RENT—Two houses, 1 modern 5
room, and 1 partly modern room.
Address'Old Broadway. Call 203.
3 7 lt
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. With garden
place. Close in. Phone 53.1X.
3_7 2t
FOR RENT—Large furnished room,j
two blocks from Sanitary Bakery.:
Would rent to two ladies or two
gentlemen. Call 710 Broadway
3 7 tf 1
FOR RENT—Modern room, hot and
cold water. 515 4th street.
.3 6 tf
FOR RENT—2 nicely furnished com
municating rooms. Separate or to-j
gether, in modern home. 608 2nd
st., Phone 144L. 3-2 7t
FOR RENT—Modern room. 621 Sixth.
St. 3-1-lino
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod-1
ern house. 422 1st st.
2-27
-OR RENT—Close in, furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 411
5th street. Phone 273.
2 4 tf.
30ARDERS at 212 3rd street. Clean
warm rcom. Good meals, living
price. New management.
1 18 lmo. I
STEAM-HEATED furnished
furnished rooms for rent.
college. Phone 183.
rOR
RENT—Strictly modern rooms.
Phone !!77K 2 16 1 mo
rOR
RENT—Furnished rooms. 80.3
Fourth street. Phone 404K. Geo
W Llttlft 11 tf
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE—Vernes .Martin -bed. Two
leather upholstered rockers. Good
condition. 312 Avenue A. Call morn­
ings. Phone 460W.
3 8 2t
TWO GOOD WELL-LOCATED houses
to trade for farm land. Also sever­
al farm gas engines to trade for
•farm" land. See Sylvester Bros. Land
Co., Mandan, N. D.
3 8 3t
f-OK SALE—bedroom furniture, beds
and dressers, new piano. Inquire 3)0
9th St. marStf
FOR SALE—Cheap good as new,
Kimball Piano, if taken at once
will trade for stock phone 409-F2
•ite E. E. Calkins, Bismarck, X".
or wri
.f
Mar3t5eod
FOR SALE—5 passenger Pullman
automobile, 1 L. C. Smith type-
V* ANTED—To buy
house with garden place toy road
manager Fit^Good Mfg. Co.. New
ft.
Fields, Bisniarck, X. D. 3 7 6t
'FOR-SALE—Two slightly used 4-bot
tom gas breaker outfits. A bargain
for cash. Address No. 442 Tribune.
3 7 3t
FOR SALE'—'Milk, -10 quarts for $1.00
delivered anywhere in city. Phone
732Y. 3 6 3t
ROOM AND BOARD—620 6th street.
3_5 1 mo.
REAL ESTATE RANGE good as new
for sajle, $35. Call at 418 Seventh
street or Phone 844K
WANTED—To buy 160 acres or 320
acres of good prairie Or improved
land in Burleigh county. Price must
be right. Address Box 211, Bis
marck. N. D. 2-16-tfi
California's Good Roads:
TLIP
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
tf|Less
TOM, EVIDENTLY Hoi) DlDMY
PAS OUR. TAVE3 UIE
ASSESSOR WAS HERETODAV
/WD MAPS Abi APPl^AI6Eh»ir
VIHV
The IMPEBTlNEfcfT CREATURE CAME
IH fiHO LOCKED /tffcXWD ^D|THE^5AIO
THAT He THotwtfTTHAr FIVE HUNDRED
DOLLARS» "WE same A5 Mas. BROWN'5
Acffass The sm*nrr, WOUID COVER IT-
WELL, MANBE I WDMV LL^T MTO
HIM-
writer, 1 electric stove, good as
new 1 gas range, 1 Majestic range,' financial interests reporting
1 doz. kitchen chairs, 2 doz.: ice affairs served to restrain public inter- May
cream chairs, 1 rocker, 1 easy chair, ests. Cats
2 oil stoves, "1 tent, size 9x9 3 can-j Bonds were mainly lower, interest March 91% 92% 93% 92%
vas, 12x16 1 canvas 20x40 1 cof-j centering in liberty issues, all at con-! May 89% 90 89% 90
fee urn, many other articles too siderable recessions front recent lev-
numerous to mention, 309 Main St. els. Total sales (par value) $2,72,1,000.
One demonstrator Over-!
land model "90" run about 600 miles.
For fdrther particulars see Mr. P.
state,of'California has voted
$15,000,001). to bo spent in perfecting
the state highway system and fiat S&ec p. re&eiP
.single county failed to give thi# erii- 800
,1200!
TRIBUNE FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT
LOW RECORD
ON EXCHANGE
Activity in Stocks Than for
Many Months, Transactions
Total 235,000.
New York, X. Y„ Mar. 7.—Dealings
on the stock exchange today were al-!
most the lightest and least important Iowa, Indiana and Wisconsin bad
and un-.0f any full session for many months, „.
Business transactions barely totalling 233,000
shares. Price changes were in keep-
BISMARCK EVENING TRIBUNE
HE WAS -WHAT
WO HE PUT US
DOWM FOR 9
ing within fractional limits until the! Sained to and provisions 7 to
last hour when the list was at highest1
levels on a demand for rails and ac­
tive steels.
The few exceptions to the early
stagnation included General Motors,
which reacted thre points, all of which
and more was later recovered, and
Twin City Rapids Transit, which drop-J
ped seven points on the reduced divi- bushels of corn to ship for every bush
rtend.
Phone 883. mar8t3| United States bonds (old issues) werej ihicago, Til:, Mar. 7.—Hogs receipts
or rent: small [unchanged, on call. 34,000 bulk 1675 1740 light 1700
ivrcw VHPt n/irnvru'v 17( mixed 1665 1785 heavy
JU,YV oruiuv lVlUItEil I
York. Call room 102, Van Horn Ho-, New York, N. Y„ Mar. 7— Metal ex-j 132.1 1700.
tel. 3 7 2t changes quotes lead easier spot 74.1 Catle receipts 13,000: steady native
^OR SAL^—One demonstrator Over-' spelter dull East St. Louis steers 860 1410 stockers and feed-i
762. ers 770 1125 cows and heifers 6C0
(1? 117.1 valves S75 1475.
spot 750
MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN
Minneapolis, Minn.', Mar. 7.—Flour!
unchanged. In carload lots standard
flour qouted at 970 a barrel in 9S lb
cotton sacks. Shipments 55,830 barrels.
Barley 193 ft 228.
Rve 294 296.
Bran 3298.
Wheat receipts 65 cars, compared
with 137 a year ago.
Corn No/ 3 Yellow 180 185.
Oats No. 3 White S2% 93%.
Flax 41714 420%.
ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK
South St. Paul, Minn., Mar, 7.—Hogs
receipts 6,300 30 to 35c higlifer rdnge
1675 1J700 ,bulk.1690 1695. .*•
Catle receipts 3,6o0 killers, shade
lower steers 650 1300 cows .and
heifers 700 950 veal ca!lves| ^5c
highe. 600 132.1 stockers and feed­
ers steady, 650 1050.
steady lambs
VJ^.C
IT THROUGH THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
HELEN
SEED SHORTAGE
BETTERS PRICE
Corn Goes to Highest Price Al­
lowed on Reports of Insuf­
ficient Seed.
Chicago, 111., Mar. 7.—Serioug short­
age of seed com throughout Illinois,
a
m(re or leSS bu,,lsh
the (,)ni
ing with this exhibition of lassitude,! future deliveries V»c, net higher
leaders for the most part rising or fall-j
at_$l27%
3-jC.
Assertions that much acreage might
have to be abandoned as a result of
the lack of seed operated from the
outset as a handicap on flie bears in
corn. Besides there was increased
rural complaint of a lack of cars and
it was said the country had twenty
e'l
°f
car
Rails were at a standstill most ofi pi'imary receipts showed a decided!
the day, but that division proved res-j falling off in quantity as compared I
ponsive to a moderate demand later, with
LITTLE TALKINK
I IXJWT KWOW WHAT HE XSOI
PUT US P0WM FOB- Bor
I DOM'T TMIK HE KWEW
MUCH ABOUT IT
mflueiK'e
space offered. The fact that
a
Union Pacific and Reading rallying strengthen the market. Under such
easily. I circumstances, March delivery v*e to
United States Steel, to which trad-' the maximum price allowed, jl..2S a
ers look for guidance, was unusually! bushel and May ascended to a new
apathetic, but more than retrieved its high level for the season.
fructional setback at the close, Beth-
week ago tended further to
T-lk
lehem Steel..Lackawanna and Associ-! strength into the oats market. Arriv-|
ated sharse sflso hardening. Some ship- als here and at other leading points
pings, American car and Railway steel were meagre.
springs, the latter gaining over two Provisions ascended with the help of
points on its excellent annual report.: liberal -exports. Xotitfe was also tak
Surl'face developments were with-1 en of an unexpected shrinkage in the
out Ylirect bearing os market features, immediately,available supply of hogs.
but the divergent views of prominent Corn—
foreign March 128, 127% 12778
127% 127% 127% 127% 127%
of government buying, put
ri
A fi-pcriiAor
ClilUAljU Lil ba.lUL'lv
1SOO
(it)
i^O rough idoo••© 1625 pigs
Sheep receipts 14,000 steady sheep I
1075 1363: lambs
142°
WHN, I SALDJTHE VB2.V IPEAL- BL?OVH,S
FUBMITURE IS WOFFTH FIVE HMDI?ED TTOLLACS
OURS I3 WORTH TWO THOUSAND"- I ASKED
HIM "TO COMPARE. T«OC. ROOM SET
VilTH OURS,
OR-
180
1 OMAHA LIVESTOCK
A*
1
Omaha, Nebr., ilar. 7.—Hogs re-
ceipts 15.800 higher heavy 1660 (S
1700 mixed 1670 1690 light 1660
1700 pigs 1000 1550 bulk 1670
1690.
Catle receipts 4,600 higher native
steers 900 1300 cows ahd heifers
725 1075 western steers 650
1200 canners 650 750 stockers and
^feeders 650 .1100 calves 900
1300 bulls, stags, etc 750 950.
Sheep receipts^ 18,000 slow steady
yearlings 12D0 1450 wethers 1100
ft 1300 ewe's 1075 1265 lambs
1600 #:-..1725.
IwiNrJEAPOLis PRODUCE
'Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 7.—'Butter
and eggs are firm and higher today.
Potatoes are weaker, with the demand
00 1350 ewes light.
ItksHttUerfCrcamerjt,. .^tars,
BIALLMAN
WHY DO
Hoo
THEIQ. ROffS-WW, I 5AIQ
'we PAID4500 FOP. THAT DAVEMPofIT I
ALONE
pound 45c extra firsts lie firsts -ilk:
seconds 42c dairy :J,7c packing stock
Eggs—Fresh prime firsts. new cases
free from rots, smal dirties and checks
out per dozen .'MVie: current receipts
rots out checks and seconds
dozen 2~c dirties, candled dozen IMc
quotations on eggs include cases.
Cheese—Fancy twins, pound, 2ti,/£c
fancy Xew York, pound 28 fancy
daisies, 2Xc fancy young Americas,
pound, 20c fancy brick, 31c fancy
limburger, pound, :t.')c fancy Swiss
loaf. 4fx: block, 40c primost J4e pul
tost, 11c.
»iCinuv.o .«•
011
market. Prices closed firm,
March-and 127% May. Oats
Clipping Ihe p^'iiit from a safety pin.
sliding the coil "vcr a hatpin and dos­
ing the clasp ovi'i' the point of the lat­
ter will protect it from injuring a per­
son.
LALLEY
LIGHT
Farm electric plants solve
your lighting •und power
problems.
"A switch starts tt."
In use for over seven years.
Dealers Wanted.
CorwinMotorCo.
Bismarck, N.. D.
Machine Hemstitching and
Picoting
MRS. M. C. HUNT
314 2nd St. Phone 849
lei U. S. Pat. Ofict
MORMONS CORRUPT
GERMAN SOLDIERS
New Ideal Promulgated by Re­
ligious Teutonic Weekly
Amsterdam, .March 8.—A notion
that Mormon missionaries from Am­
erica have been corrupting the Ger­
man soldier and seeking to tempt
him to desertion is propagated by
the Lutheran church consistory for
the province of Pomerania. which ac­
cording to the KREITZ ZEITUNO- has
sent the following circular letter to
the local district clergy:
"We are given to understand by
the authorities that various anti-war
sects have arisen in eastern Prussia
which make it their business to in­
duce soldiers (o desert and which fur­
nish such deserters with opportunities
to hide from the law. One of these
sects calls itself variously the "New
Adventists" or "War Adveptists."
Tlie.v believe that Holy Writ com­
mands them to assist those who ob­
ject to military service.
"Mormons also have wrought sim­
ilar evil, so that an American anti­
war propaganda would seem to be af
work. We urgently ask our reverend
brcthcrn to keep diligent watch and
advise us promptly of any signs point­
ing to such baneful activities in their
parishes."
CARLISLE STAR
GOES OUT WITH
BISMARCK BOYS
Thomas Hawk Prepares to Buck
the Lifie with the Coast
Artillery
Now the kaiaer M'ill catch hell
Thomas Hawk, Carlisle graduate, who
in his collegiate was a star on the
Pennsylvania university's football
team and who also distinguished him-
band, is on his way to Fort Logan,
Colo., to enter training for the coast
artillery. Thomas Hawk is a full
blood'' Gros Ventre, son of one of
the leading Indians of the Berthokl
reservation, at Elbowoods. He was a
member of a party of four who left
on Xo. Wednesday for Fort Logan,
via Billings. 'Mont. In charge of the
TAXI
Phone
L. E. SMITH
For first class shoe
repairing- go to
Bismarck Shoe Hospital
H. BURMAN, Prop.
411 Broadway
Undertaking—Embalming
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Day Phone 50, Night Phone (iS7
WEBB BROTHERS
E. T. BURKh
LAWYER
Tribniie Block Bismarck, N. D.
PHONE 752.
UNDERTAKING
PARLORS
A. W. LUCAS COMPANY
Day and Night Phone 100
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Lady Embalmer in Attendance
We are a licensed aervlea station
and wholesale distributing depot of
the Exide Battery Co., the largest of
its kind in the world. Any work }Me
turn out Is absolutely guaranteed by
our contract with these people. We
will repair all makes of batteries and
carry a full line of new Exide batter­
ies and parts for any make of car.
Cold weather ruins a half charged
battery. If your's is in doubtful con­
dition, send it to us for inspection.
We also specialize in the
winter stor­
age \of
batteries
for those wha put
away their cars for the seaaon.-
EXIDE BATTERIES ARE
BETTER.
Coirwin Motor Co., BisittaiikrH
PAGE 7.
party was Fred G. Schnecker, born
and reai-pfl in Bismarck, and for some
time past employed In ithe clerical de­
partment of .Tim Jam Jems, 'the two
remaining members of the party were
Jacob R. Snow of Grafton and Ervin
O. Kottschade, former Northern Pa­
cific station agent, at Menoken.
Way fKey~Waveln the Army.
You begin to lenrn (hat the army
has ways of its own, and that its ways
are not civilian ways, jpi'etty soon after
you get into It, observes writer In
the Saturday Evening Post. Orders
that must be obeyed without question
and without delay, telling you to do
tilings that you have never done he
fore, and don't know why you are do­
ing now, always make a civilian gasp
a little at first. You discover that to
question and to seek to discover the
motive and ultimate aim of any order
Hint you do not understand is purely
Instinctive. You ask yourself quite
automatically: "Why should I 'do
this?" or "Shall I do this?" When you
have been in the army a little while
you discover that the answer is "Yes."
There is no other answer, so after
a
vVhile you quit asking yourself foolish
rjuestkms. This is what may be called 5|
"the effect of discipline." We Amer­
icans are always being told that 'we.il
are the most undisciplined people on''I
earth that we do as we please and
that a rigorously ordered life and dis­
cipline would do us good and make
ns more effective. Well, I am here to
state that the theory and belief Is now
being tested out in about a million of
lis, and if after the war we don't'come
In out of the rain it will be because
there is nobody there to tell us to
come in.
The Soap Berry Tree.
The .laboncollo, or soap berry tree,
grows in the humid parts of western
Ecuador. It attains a height of 50 feet
and lias wide-spreading branches and
self as a member of the university immense quantities of fruit of the size.
and shape of cherries. The nearby
transparent yellowish skin and pulp
surrounding the round black seeds are
so saponaceous as to be used instead
of soap, being equivalent to more I
than 50 times their weight of that ma­
terial."
TAXI
Phon57
STLAMBERT
THE
ELECTRIC SHOP
B. E. SKEELS
Everything Electrical
Wiring Fixtures and Snpplies
Delco Farm light Plants
Phone 370 408 Broadway
DRY CLEANING AND
DYE WORKS
PHONE 394
409 Front Street
We Call for and Deliver
Transfer & Storage
We have unequalled fadlttlM fori
moving, storing, and shipping!
household floods. Careful,
export.}
enced men aloe retail lee ai
WACHTXB T&ANSFBt 00.
Phone «L No. Fifth *.
STEAM HEATED
FIRE-PROOF
STORAO:
Radiator
(1 yj I
in all its brandu
RACINE 5,000-mile
at Wbolestk.
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